Therese | New York

Therese | New York

I’d heard the numbers—one in eight women are diagnosed with breast cancer, but I never thought that six weeks after my wedding, I’d became part of that statistic at age 31. Finding the lump in the shower was a total accident—at my age, I wasn’t even doing a breast...
Maricel | Florida

Maricel | Florida

Going through breast cancer is difficult. Losing your hair is difficult, too. I was blessed with the opportunity to use DigniCap (with the help of my boyfriend). Thanks to DigniCap, I was able to keep most of my hair to the point where no one could tell I was going...
Allison | Colorado

Allison | Colorado

Oh DigniCap… There is nothing in the world that I passionately love and dislike like that ice cold cap of freedom. DigniCap gave me the freedom to choose when to tell people about my diagnosis, to still feel like myself when I looked in the mirror, and to HAVE HAIR AT...
Mary | Florida

Mary | Florida

I was diagnosed with Invasive Lobular Breast Cancer on January 15th, 2018. On December 13th, 2018 I had Double Mastectomy surgery and followed up with Tissue Expansion for eventual reconstructive surgery. January 18, 2019 was the shocking day my oncologist told me I...
Courtney | California

Courtney | California

31, 1-month into a new relationship and a new job and I find out I have stage 2 triple negative breast cancer. I am BRCA 1 positive, I knew this day may come, but never thought it would happen when I felt I was really getting some momentum in my life. One of the first...
Mary | North Carolina

Mary | North Carolina

When I got my own cancer diagnosis in November of 2017, I knew I wasn’t ready to share it with the world. I was a professional in the workplace and my husband is a syndicated radio personality, which can make it tough to maintain privacy- especially with a bald...